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Who can refuse a good, independent horror short? Especially one that is coming from fellow horror bud Joe Lopez of The TerrorScribe Blog and TerrorScribe Mafia Films. To boot, it is shot in black and white and is inspired by horror author H.P. Lovecraft. “Annotated” is an official selection of the 2011 Unnameable Blood Bath Film Festival. View the trailer below:
A rare book dealer receives a strange book with a small note that reads only, “The world must know.” As he attempts to decipher the contents, he finds himself faced with deeper and darker levels of occult knowledge that chips at his sanity.
“Annotated”, a short film of Lovecraftian horror adapted from an original story, is the first film by a dedicated collection of first-time film makers. Calling themselves “the TerrorScribe Mafia,” the group is made up of writer/director Joe Lopez, cinematographer Keith Bates, makeup effects artist Tammy Dupal and producer Stacia Langenheder.
“Annotated” is also an official selection of the 2011 Unnameable Blood Bath Film Festival which will be held August 20th at the historic Texas Theater in Dallas, Texas.
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